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I have been working at CalTech (Texas) full-time (Less than a year)
The main reason that I have enjoyed my time at CalTech is primarily due to the people that I get to work with. In most companies, there is at least one person that you can't stand or doesn't carry their weight in terms of the work load. I have yet to meet someone at CalTech who fits that description.
CalTech has great benefits, promotes a healthy work/life balance, and has a very positive atmosphere.
It is definitely a company that rewards hard work and effective communication.
Also, the management is extremely supportive and wants to help in any way they can.
The interview process can be slow. If you are interested in applying, definitely start a couple months in advance.
That being said, it is well worth the wait.
Advice to Management
Awesome job. Keep doing what you're doing.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at CalTech (Texas) (San Angelo, TX).
I applied for the job and within 24 hours got a call. Over the next three weeks, I did a screening, phone interview with HR, an in-person technical interview, and travelled to San Angelo for a panel interview (they reimbursed the travel). They were very forthcoming with information about the company and the position including compensation, benefits, and the future of the role. I also did a drug test, background check, and a personality test.
They were big on openness and communication. Everything was very optimistic; we discussed start dates, salary, I met the team and even shadowed someone for an hour. All of this was fantastic, and according to the recruiter, it was a matter of time before I was offered the job. This was all positive and a great interview process, however, I gave it a negative review because...
...after 3 weeks and 4 interviews, all communication was cut off. I reached out to get an update and a few days later, instead of a person reaching out, I received the generic "Thank you for applying" email, no one called or anything. I tried reaching out to them again to thank them for their time, but they answered and immediately hung up. At the end of the processes, I felt led on and disrespected. This is a huge turn-off for me and turned the entire experience into a negative one. (I've gotten rejections from other companies as well, I'm sure all of us have. Those still received a positive review even though no offer was made.)
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